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PathogenDx delivers viral testing solutions for a new era and is at the forefront of bacterial and fungal testing. We are answering the challenge of individuals, communities and the moment itself.
Science makes us different.
Home to DNA scientists credited with over 50 patents, PathogenDx invented microarray technology enabling the testing of over 100 samples a day for pathogen testing. Now, regulated microbials can be tested in one simple test—driving cost savings of 20% over competitive solutions.
Greater certainty at ultra-rapid speed.
Instead of growing cultures in Petri dishes, DNA-based detection and quantitation delivers maximum detection down to 0.1 CFU for pathogenic organisms. In just 6 hours, laboratories and their customers know the contaminants they need to address.
Driving quality up, and costs down.
With PathogenDx, labs operate at the speed of business, efficiently meeting the health and safety testing regulations and minimizing re-testing and reducing economic loss. While healthcare, food & agriculture companies ensure efficient operations. Overall, health threats can be stopped before they start.
At PathogenDx, we care deeply about helping our partner labs and growers and public health organizations protect lives. The updates below motivate our pursuit of DNA science, and the creation of clean testing solutions that promote both public safety and business efficiencies.
Tests up to 100 samples at a time for the presence of up to 50 pathogenic organisms, at less than 0.1 CFU/gram for regulated compliance. Results in six hours.
Measures the precise amount of indicator organisms driving the purity and safety of products. Also provides agencies the opportunity to set new regulatory standards.
Through easy swabbing of facilities (from tables to vents), identifies up to 50 species of microbes with quick-turn results—stopping contamination at the source.
Coming soon—the ultra-rapid plant pathogen test for agriculture to detect powdery mildew, gray mold and other microbial threats. Intercept and redress to avoid crop losses.